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MobSoc Media, enabling brands to reach their target audiences on mobile and social platforms

Posted: September 8, 2014 at 11:20 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Steve Wick

Steve Wick the Founder & President of MobSoc Media that enables brands to precisely target the most relevant audiences on mobile and social platforms joins Enterprise Radio.

Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Steve Wick discuss the following:

  •  What does MobSoc Media do?
  • How does native advertising and content marketing benefit entrepreneurs and businesses?
  • What steps are involved for a business to get started with native advertising/content marketing?
  • What results can businesses expect to see from native advertising approaches?

Duration: 8:32

Steve Wick is the Founder & President of MobSoc Media, based in San Francisco. Steve is a former Accenture partner with 21 years of experience in both Technology and Strategy practice areas. He has served a range of clients including Cisco Systems, Intel, HP, Agilent, Boeing Aerospace, Federal Express, Dow Chemical, VISA, Boise Cascade and Microsoft. He has been an entrepreneur since 2008, with the founding of FanNewscast, a SaaS company that enables custom content marketing applications for brands and the recent formation of MobSoc Media.

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Twitter: @MobSocMedia

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